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Published on : 07 Aug 2019

Stunning drone footage captures Chasm 1, a huge crack on the Brunt Ice Shelf. When it inevitably intersects with the nearby Halloween Crack, an iceberg the size of Houston, Texas will break off into the ocean.
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MN Toys
MN Toys 1 month ago

No, the question is: what happens when it floats away?

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Cocomelon - Nursery Rhymes

I'm more interested in the concequences after it does break

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Kids Game Show
Kids Game Show 1 month ago

Just pour some superglue in the crack dumbasses /4Head

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1 month ago

when? quest at maya... oh you killed them all. bye bye humans!

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The Voice Kids Australia

So sick of humans

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ToyPudding TV
ToyPudding TV 1 month ago

Oh good there is a water shortage

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Evan TubeHD
Evan TubeHD 1 month ago

Stop global warming nuclear winter

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NaoFun Toys
NaoFun Toys 1 month ago

Funny how peoples emotions can be manipulated by music. This video says nothing about global warming and yet the comments are just that. I don't if people know this but when something is cracked or breaking apart it begins to break apart exponentially faster as time goes on.

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Kids Show
Kids Show 1 month ago

Lol who cares, we have more important things to fight over like religion, politics and many more

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VN Babys
VN Babys 1 month ago

why must i be a scientist or reporter to go there

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Thần Tượng Âm Nhạc

Wow!

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Future Kids Balo
Future Kids Balo 1 month ago

What did that squirrel Do?!

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WildBrain
WildBrain 1 month ago

Nothing to do with humans. . . It's a natural thing that this planet does. It freezes over then defrosts again. Takes millions of years though so don't stick around you tube waiting for a video.

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Kids
Kids 1 month ago

Awesome

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Маша и Медведь

What people must understand is that the rate of melting is accelerating. Even rate of acceleration is accelerating. This exponential increase in melting will result in larger annual increases in sea levels on a decade, and eventually, yearly basis.
China won't be able to keep Shanghai above the waves.
The world's current problems will seem minor.

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Shaun the Sheep
Shaun the Sheep 1 month ago

What a cool looking research station

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Kids TV - Nursery Rhymes And Baby Songs

so what, 10 years to live? Im quitting my job and gonna eat bags of sugar from here on out.

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SR Toys
SR Toys 1 month ago

Nothing money cant fix right?

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Kids Toys Review
Kids Toys Review 1 month ago

Despite any FEARMONGERING DRAMA, EVERYONE eventually dies regardless. Till then life goes on so enjoy it!

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ToyPudding TV
ToyPudding TV 1 month ago

I think the real questions is ... what will happen after it does float away...

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